08 November 2014

Don't miss these fantastic shows coming up soon!

Friday 30th January 8pm


Pleasure & Pain UK Tour. T'pau burst onto the music scene in 1987 with the hit "Heart & Soul" reaching No. 4 in both the UK & US charts. Taken from the debut album "Bridge Of Spies," it’s innovative use of a rap verse by a white female vocalist introduced the world to the distinctive lead vocals of Carol Decker and the song writing talents of Carol & Ronnie Rogers."Heart & Soul" led to a meteoric rise in T'pau's fortunes both at home & in the USA, where the track stayed on the US billboard chart for 6 months.  After a UK arena tour supporting Bryan Adams, the band immediately toured UK City Halls as headliners to tie in with the next single, the classic ballad "China In Your Hand."
Nobody could have predicted the enormous impact of "China" which stayed at No. 1 for 5 weeks - the longest serving No. 1 of the year! simultaneously Bridge Of Spies occupied the number 1 album slot for 2 weeks. Keeping George Harrison off the number 1 single slot & Paul McArtney off the number 1 album slot. Two Beatles trounced!
Carol continues to perform live in concert regularly to huge crowds in the UK .In 2013 Carol completed a 28 date T’pau tour, celebrating 25 years in the business,culminating in a packed out Big Top tent at IOW Festival.

Tickets £18



Also coming soon...

Friday 6th February 7.30pm



THE MUSIC OF THE HOLLIES is a celebration of The Hollies, the band who had more hits than The Beatles...

The UK’s No.1 tribute band, The Hollywood Bees, perform a warm and nostalgic two hour show featuring timeless hits from the Clarke and Nash years and Crosby Stills and Nash..
The show is now entering its 5th year and the Bees reputation has spread to Australia and Germany where they have been offered concert tours and have been complimented in the Los Angeles Times. Don't miss this new 2015 show with more catchy hits that will have you singing in your seats.

Tickets £15.50


Details of all of our forthcoming events can be found in the 'What's On' sections of the website